Tunisia: PM Ends Visit in Medenine

Medenine — Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali ended, on Friday, his visit in Medenine in the Beni Khedeche delegation where he enquired about the new emergency centre and needs of the hospital there in equipment and medical and para-medical staff.

In the town of Ksar Jedid, Beni Khedeche, the Prime Minister visited the analysis laboratories and radiology and dentistry wards.

Mr. Jebali also inspected sites of the two Beni Khedeche industrial zones which cover areas of 20 and 25 hectares, respectively, and enquired about the foreign investment intentions in the region.

Inhabitants in the Beni Khedeche delegation voiced their concerns on achievement of development, school transport and improvement of infrastructure, reported TAP news agency Medenine correspondent. The aim is to open up the region and connect it to the neighbouring governorates through the construction of a road linking Beni Khedeche and Kebili.

In the town of Ain Inba, in Beni Khedeche, the Prime Minister enquired about the components of the integrated tourist project which includes the building of a hotel unit and a cableway at a total cost of 17 million dinars and with the offer of 80 jobs to be created.

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